Davinci Staffing Work Experience Review from Dallas, Texas
Not true you can fill them out have them rejected resubmit before cut off time and not get paid.You can get DNR if DaVinci and the facility staff coordinator don't get along.
You sign up for shifts you get approved and then removed 2hrs before shift starts.
Your treated like working is a hobby not your livelihood.Move on and don't look back.
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